LONDON (Sporting Alert) — The live Europa League football games streaming on ESPN3.com on Thursday night.
Tottenham manager André Villas-Boas has set sight on finishing up the group stages of the Europa League with a perfect record and has targeted a victory over Anzhi Makhachkala Thursday at White Hart Lane.
Spurs head Group K with 15-points after winning all five of their group games so far and Villas-Boas, although keeping an eye on the weekend’s Premier League fixture against Liverpool, will not be playing a weak team.
Sandro, Jermain Defoe, Roberto Soldado, Christian Eriksen, Paulinho, Andros Townsend and Danny Rose are all available for the clash and Villas-Boas has vowed to play a winnable team in his search for a 100-percent record.
At the same time, defenders Jan Vertonghen (ankle), Vlad Chiriches (knee) and Younes Kaboul (quad) are out injured, while striker Emmanuel Adebayor was not considered for the squad despite recovering from an injury.
Villas-Boas has also named youth team players Shaquile Coulthirst, Laste Dombaxe and Ryan Fredericks in the squad.
ESPN3.com will carry live streaming coverage of this game, as well as a number of other clashes from Europa league on Thursday.
UEFA Europa League Fixture Live
12:55 PM EST PSV Eindhoven vs. FC Chornomorets Odesa (SPA) – ESPN3
12:55 PM EST Valencia vs. FC Kuban Krasnodar – ESPNDEPORTES
12:55 PM EST Fiorentina vs. FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (SPA) – ESPN3
12:55 PM EST Eintracht Frankfurt vs. APOEL FC (SPA) – ESPN3
3:00 PM EST SC Freiburg vs. Sevilla – ESPNDEPORTES
3:00 PM EST Dynamo Kiev vs. SK Rapid Wien (SPA) – ESPN3
3:00 PM EST Real Betis Balompie vs. HNK Rijeka (SPA) – ESPN3
12/123:00 PM EST Tottenham vs. Anzhi (SPA) – ESPN3
12/125:00 PM EST Real Betis Balompie vs. HNK Rijeka – ESPNDEPORTES